Most papers carry the Coal block allocation case and the somewhat chilling of bilateral relations between India and the US over Devyani Khobragade case, on front pages.
On day one, within seven hours of its becoming operational. The anti-graft helpline set up by the Delhi's Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal received 3904 calls reports most newspapers.
Priyanka effect: BJP, AAP set to strike at Vadra is an Asian Age headline.
The paper also reports of the surrogacy law having got stuck as the Union health and home ministries differ over singles opting for surrogacy in India.
"Posco biggest FDI get green flag after 8 long years" is the Indian Express headline, saying that Veerappa Moily, the new environment minister approved it after taking the charge from Jayanthi Natarajan.
The Election Commission has called off tie-up with Google for online voter facilities after security concerns and is now back with National informatics Centre, reports The Times of India.
The Pioneer carries the story of the first death anniversary of lance Naik Hemraj and Lance Naik Sudhakar Singh, who were beheaded mercilessly by Pakistan army in the poonch sector. A year later, their supreme sacrifice seems forgotten as the top brass of the Army in J&K did not even organize a solemn homage ceremony in honour of the martyrs.
The Business Standard reports that "In onion, Gujarat farmers smell gold" - Saying a large numbers of farmers in Gujarat are moving towards onion, the state has sowed 417 percent more onions compared with the same period last year.
Business Line reports of a dip of 10 percent in annual car sales this year for the first time in 11 years. Perhaps that has something to do with the rising fuel prices is the general opinion.
Mahatma Gandhi's granddaughter Ela Gandhi and Ramakrishan Mission in fiji were some of the recipients of the pravasi Bhartiya Samman Award, reports The Hindu.